Cultures

No visa, no veil? Saudi Arabia may ease rules for tourists

Aug 1, 2017

Saudi Arabia announces plans for Red Sea travel resort project where restrictions on tourists could be lifted

Mexican family of man left by cops at Taco Bell settles suit

Jul 31, 2017

The family of a drunken man dropped off at a Taco Bell by Ohio sheriff's deputies and later fatally struck by a car has reached a $300,000 settlement in a lawsuit that alleged authorities endangered him while joking about his Mexican heritage

TV reporter filming in Polish forest attacked by loggers

Jul 29, 2017

Polish police say that they have detained two men who attacked a television crew filming in a forest, hitting a camera man in the head, smashing his camera and seizing his memory cards

Black seniors test reminiscing to guard against Alzheimer's

Jul 25, 2017

Black seniors test if a stroll down memory lane might guard against mental decline, part of a growing effort to better study racial disparities in Alzheimer's

Britain's Boris Johnson jokes about New Zealand greeting

Jul 24, 2017

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on a visit to New Zealand joked that a traditional Maori greeting could be misinterpreted as a head butt

Hungary's Orban: Collaboration with Nazis was mistake, sin

Jul 18, 2017

Prime Minister Orban says Hungary made "mistake" and "committed a sin" when it chose to collaborate with Nazis

EU takes Poland to court over logging in pristine forest

Jul 13, 2017

The European Union is taking legal action against Poland for allowing continued and increased logging in the pristine Bialowieza forest, which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site

SoHa? Harlem bristles at neighborhood nickname

Jul 8, 2017

Attempts to rebrand part of Harlem as SoHa have been seen by some as an affront to a capital of African-American culture

Eritrea's capital added to UNESCO World Heritage list

Jul 8, 2017

Eritrea's capital added to UNESCO World Heritage list as reclusive nation claims 'victory'

Israelis outraged by UNESCO decision on Hebron holy site

Jul 7, 2017

The U.N. cultural agency has declared the old city in the biblical West Bank town of Hebron as a Palestinian world heritage site _ a decision that has outraged Israeli officials who say the move negates the deep Jewish ties to the ancient shrine

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